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Re: Les appels d' offre pour les champs de pétrole Irakien

Message par energy_isere » 01 juin 2012, 20:02

suite du post ci dessus. Mais ca ne donne pas les résultats du 2iéme jour des enchéres. :?
Iraq offers 12 blocks in latest oil auction

May 31, 2012

Baghdad: Iraq is putting 12 oil and gas exploration blocks up for sale at a two-day auction that opened yesterday, which it hopes will boost its reserves and strengthen its position as a key producer.

The sale, the fourth such auction to be organised by Iraq since mid-2009, comes as the country ramps up its oil exports, which account for the vast majority of government income, and looks to raise gas production to increase woefully inadequate electricity output.

But unlike the three previous sales, which offered contracts to foreign energy firms to raise output at existing oil and gas fields, Iraq will this time be showcasing areas earmarked for exploration.

"This competition is transparent and public," Oil Minister Abdul Karim Al Luaybi said in remarks to open the auction.

"Many qualified companies will participate. The round is considered very important for the ministry and the country to develop and improve the economy."

A consortium led by Kuwait Energy that also includes Turkey's TPAO and Dubai-based Dragon Oil won a 900-square-kilometre oil exploration block in the southern province of Basra, for a service fee of $6.24 per barrel of oil.

The companies must pay a $25 million signing bonus, while their minimum expenditure is set at $90 million. Two gas exploration blocks did not garner any bids, but are to be presented again on today morning.

The exploration blocks include seven which are thought to hold gas and five that are believed to hold oil. In all, 47 companies have pre-qualified to bid.

The bidding has a gameshow-like quality, with the deadline for bids and a clock with red digits showing the current time projected on massive screens at the front of an auditorium, along with information about the block that is up for grabs.

Bids are placed in a clear box next to top Iraqi oil officials who are seated on a stage at the front of the auditorium, then removed and reviewed.

All companies are required to publicly reveal their offers for each exploration block they bid for, and the oil ministry is obliged to accept the lowest-price offer, regardless of the company or consortium that submits it, so long as it is below a preset maximum agreed by the ministry.

As in previous auctions, Iraq requires foreign firms that agree to explore the blocks to work under fixed-price service contracts, rather than production-sharing agreements that are common elsewhere and more popular with major international energy firms.

Baghdad is also now mandating that firms that win contracts agree not to sign deals with the autonomous Kurdish region, or any other sub-national authority, without the central government's approval, according to the head of the oil ministry's petroleum contracts and licensing department.
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Re: Les appels d' offre pour les champs de pétrole Irakien

Message par energy_isere » 01 juin 2012, 20:14

ah, Rigzone a de la news pour le deuxiéme jour d' enchéres :

Un projet formé du Russe Lukoil à 60% et du Japonais Inpex à 40%, va prospecter le block10 à 120 km a l' Ouest de Basra, rémunération de 5.99 $ par baril trouvé.
Ticket d'entrée à 25 millions de $.
Obligation d'un minimum d' effort d' exploration à 100 millions de $.
Lukoil Receives Right To Explore Block 10 Project in Iraq

June 01, 2012

MOSCOW--Russia's biggest privately owned oil producer OAO Lukoil Holdings said Friday it has received the right to explore the Block 10 project in Iraq.

Lukoil's overseas arm has a 60% share of the field, which is located 120 kilometers to the west of Basra, and Japan's INPEX has 40%, the company said.

The winning bids were a remuneration fee of $5.99 per barrel of oil equivalent, a signature bonus of $25 million, a mandatory minimum exploration program which includes a 1,375-kilometer 2D-seismic acquisition and the drilling of one exploration well, and also a minimum expenditure of $100 million, Lukoil said.
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Re: Les appels d' offre pour les champs de pétrole Irakien

Message par energy_isere » 28 juin 2012, 18:10

Début de production pour le projet de Petrochina + TOTAL + Petronas au champs pétrolier de Halfaya. Cette 1ére phase à pour objectif de sortir 70 000 b/j.
Total and Partners Start Production at Halfaya, Iraq

French oil major Total announced Wednesday that a consortium it is a member of has begun production at the Halfaya oil field in Iraq. The first phase of development will see the consortium, which is led by PetroChina and also includes Petronas, aims to reach 70,000 barrels per day.

The consortium signed a 20-year development and production service contract with Missan Oil Company for the development of the Halfaya oil field in January 2010. Total E&P Iraq holds an 18.75-percent interest in the consortium, as does Petronas, while operator PetroChina holds 37.5 percent.

The Halfaya oil field is located in the Missan governorate, 35 kilometers southeast of Amara city, and spreads across 30 kilometers long and 10 kilometers wide. The consortium intends to increase the current oil field production to 535,000 barrels of oil per day at plateau.

"This first step of production from Halfaya marks a landmark milestone in the development of the field. Total remains committed to accompanying the development of the Iraqi oil industry and is looking at engaging in other projects. In working with its partners PetroChina and Petronas on the Halfaya oil field, Total will also further strengthen its international partnership with world-class national oil companies," said Yves-Louis Darricarrère, president of Total Exploration & Production.
http://www.rigzone.com/news/article.asp?a_id=118906

Si ma mémoire est bonne il s' agissait d' una accord suite au premier appel d' offre sur la mise en exploitation du pétrole Irakien.

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Re: Les appels d' offre pour les champs de pétrole Irakien

Message par energy_isere » 03 juil. 2012, 11:50

en rapport avec le post ci dessus, en Français ce coup ci.
Le champ pétrolier d'Halfaya (Irak) est opérationnel

Total a annoncé la semaine dernière que le consortium dirigé par PetroChina avait démarré la première phase de production du champ d'Halfaya (Irak) ce qui permettra d'atteindre une production moyenne de 70.000 barils par jour à partir de nouvelles installations.
L'accord de développement et de production sur le champ pétrolier d'Halfaya a été signé le 27 janvier 2010 avec Missan Oil Company, pour une durée de 20 ans.

Situé dans le gouvernorat de Missan, à 35 kilomètres au sud-est de la ville d'Amara, le champ pétrolier d'Halfaya s'étend sur 30 kilomètres de long et 10 kilomètres de large. Le consortium prévoit de porter la production actuelle du champ à un plateau de 535 000 barils par jour.

Total E&P Iraq détient une participation de 18,75 % dans le consortium, aux côtés de l'opérateur PetroChina (37,5 %) et des partenaires Petronas Carigali (18,75 %) et South Oil Company (25 %), une compagnie nationale.

« Le lancement de la première phase de production d'Halfaya marque une étape importante dans le développement du champ. Total maintient son engagement de contribuer au dévelop-pement du secteur pétrolier irakien et cherche à s'investir dans de nouveaux projets. Grâce à sa collaboration avec ses partenaires PetroChina et Petronas sur le champ pétrolier d'Halfaya, Total poursuit le renforcement de ses partenariats internationaux avec des compagnies pétrolières nationales d'envergure mondiale », a déclaré Yves-Louis Darricarrère, directeur général Exploration & Production de Total.
http://www.enerzine.com/10/14176+le-cha ... nnel+.html

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Message par energy_isere » 16 juil. 2012, 16:29

Dans la 4iéme enchére, des Pakistanais ont remporté l' appel d' offre pour un présumé gisement Gazier dans l' Est de l' Irak. A rechercher sur 6000 km2.
Iraq signs gas deal with Pakistani energy firm

Baghdad, July 16 — Iraq has signed a deal with a Pakistani energy company to explore for natural gas in eastern Iraq, Xinhua reported.

"The Iraqi oil ministry is signing a preliminary contract with Pakistan Petroleum to explore for natural gas in Iraq's eastern provinces of Diyala and Wasit," Asim Jihad, head of the ministry's media office, was quoted as saying.

In May, the Pakistani company won exploration concession during Iraq's fourth energy auction.

The company is due to work in a 6,000 square km block in Diyala and Wasit that have presumed natural gas reserves.

It won the contract by offering $5.38 per barrel of oil equivalent.

Iraq's fourth energy auction offered 12 new oil and gas exploration blocks, but only three contracts were awarded to foreign energy companies.

The Iraqi oil ministry also awarded two contracts to Kuwait Energy and Russia's Lukoil.

The three deals are, however, needed to be approved by the Iraqi cabinet before signing the final agreements with the foreign companies.

Iraq has proven reserves of 112 trillion cubic feet of natural gas, but because of poor infrastructure of the oil and gas industries, the country is only producing 1.5 billion cubic feet a day.

The country depends on oil revenues for nearly 95 percent of its budget.

In 2010, Iraq announced its proven oil reserves had increased to 143.1 billion barrels, rising from the previous estimate of 115 billion barrels.
http://india.nydailynews.com/business/6 ... nergy-firm

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Message par energy_isere » 19 juil. 2012, 21:49

suite de ce post : viewtopic.php?p=322048#p322048

Les Chinois de CNPC et les Irakiens fétent l' inauguration du champs de Halfaya.
70 000 b/j.
China starts oil field operation in southern Iraq

BAGHDAD -- Iraq and China's National Petroleum Corporation jointly launched the inauguration ceremony for the Halfaya oil field in the southern Maysan province on Wednesday.

Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Hussein Al-Shahristani, the Oil Minister Abdul Kareem Luaibi and the Chinese ambassador Ni Jian participated in the ceremony.

The field will produce 70,000 barrels of oil a day and five million metric tons per year.

Foreign investment is crucial for war-weary Iraq to develop its oil-rich land. Oil revenues make up nearly 95 percent of the Iraqi government's annual budget.
http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/business/2 ... 599984.htm

Je rapelle que ca a commencé grace au premier appel d' offre, en 2009.

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Message par energy_isere » 25 oct. 2012, 20:40

ah, nouvel appel d' offre pour le pétrole en Irak :

c'est un appel d' offre pour le champs de Nassiryah qui a 4.4 milliards de barils de réserves prouvées. + la construction d' une rafinnerie de 300 000 b/j.

47 compagnies prequalifiées pour soumettre une proposition.

Iraq Invites Bidders for Nassiriya Oil Field

23 Oct 2012 Rigzone

Iraq's oil ministry Tuesday invited international companies to bid to develop the giant Nassiriya oil field in southern Iraq and build a nearby refinery in a package deal.

"The project contemplates the integrated development of the (4+) billion barrel Nassiriya oil field in Thi-Qar province together with the construction and operation of a new 300,000 barrels-a-day refinery," the ministry said in a statement on its web site.

Potential bidders would join upstream companies already qualified by the ministry to develop the project, it said.

Earlier this year, the head of the oil ministry's petroleum contracts and licensing directorate, Abdul Mahdy al-Ameedi, said some 47 prequalified upstream firms will be invited to compete for the project.

The contract would come in a package that would include the construction of a refinery and will have more favorable terms than the previous service contracts that Iraq signed with international oil companies, he said, without giving further details.

A consortium of three Japanese companies comprising JX Holding Inc., Inpex Corp. and JGC Corp. had negotiated the Nassiriya oil field for three years. But negotiations were called off at the last minute in 2009 over financing reasons..

Nassiriya's proven crude oil reserves of more than 4.4 billion barrels make it an attractive investment

Iraq's three aging main refineries--Dura, Baiji, and Basra--are producing at 70% of capacity, equivalent to around 560,000 barrels a day.

Iraq hopes to increase its refining capacity to at least 750,000 barrels a day this year.
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Message par energy_isere » 09 avr. 2013, 20:07

Suite du post ci dessus.
Le champs de Nassiriya sera l' objet d' enchéres internationales pour son développement, le 19 Dec 2013.
Il y a 52 compagnies préqualifiées (ie qui pourront concourir aux enchéres) dont TOTAL.
Ce champs représente 4.4 milliards de barils.
Il y aura une rafinerie de 300 000 b/j à construire non loin.
Iraq Says It Will Auction Giant Nassiriya Oil Field

April 08, 2013 Rigzone

AMMAN - The Iraqi oil ministry is planning to auction the giant Nassiriya oil field in southern Iraq on Dec. 19, a senior ministry official said Monday at a workshop held in Amman, Jordan, for international companies interested in the billion dollar project.

Abdul Mahdy al-Ameedi, head of the ministry's petroleum contracts and licensing directorate, or PCLD, said a total of 52 international oil companies would be able to take part in the bidding round for the integrated project--developing a $4.4 billion oil field and building a 300,000 barrel-a-day refinery nearby.

The ministry has accepted seven new international oil companies, including France's Total, to join some 45 firms that had already qualified for the previous bidding rounds. The ministry is also processing documents from a further five companies, Mr. Ameedi said.

The newly-qualified firms are: Russia's Zarubezhneft, China's CNPCI, U.S.'s Brown Energy, India's Reliance Industries, Russia's OAO Lukoil Holdings, Total and Japan's JGC and Tonen General, Mr. Ameedi said. The five firms whose qualifications are in process include Daelim, Essar, GS E&C, Pak-Arab Refining and Maurel et Prom, he said.

Mr. Ameedi briefed the companies on a preliminary draft contract prepared by the PCLD. According to the draft, terms will be different from the technical service contract awarded to companies during previous bidding rounds for oil and gas fields. The changes include amendments to investor costs and a pay per barrel remuneration fee.

Unlike the previous contract, the new one will offer investors a share in project revenues, but only when production begins. The ministry will pay recovery costs from the date of commencement of work, which differs from the previous contract where the costs were only paid when the contractor raised production by 10%.

Investors would have to pay some 35% taxes on the profit they made from Nassiriya project, the same amount as in previous deals.
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Message par energy_isere » 09 avr. 2013, 20:46

et concernant le développement de West Qurna-2 par Lukoil (enchére d' il ya plusieurs années), leur objectif est d' arriver à 150 000 b/j en fin d' année.
Lukoil doit encore y investir 1 milliards de $ en 2013, aprés y avoir déjà investi la méme somme en 2012.

Lukoil Targets 150,000 Barrels per Day from West Qurna-2

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Message par energy_isere » 17 mai 2013, 18:44

SHELL va lancer d' ici quelques semaines la production au champs de Majnnoon.
SHELL opére en consortium avec Petronas et des Irakiens.
175 000 ba/j prévus en fin d' année.
http://www.worldoil.com/Shell_to_start_ ... ments.html

Majnnoon avait été attribué lors d' un des premiers appel d' offre.

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Message par energy_isere » 22 mai 2013, 18:46

BP qui avait remporté le contrat du gisement de Rumalia à fin 2009 ( revoir le tabeau de Raminagrobis ) va continuer d'investir dans le developpement.

BP qui a investi 2 milliards de $ en 2012 va en investir 2.6 à 2.7 milliards en 2013.
BP's Investment in Iraq to Reach $5B by 2016

May 22, 2013 Rigzone

ABU DHABI

U.K. oil major BP plc plans to increase the production capacity at the Rumaila oilfield, the largest in Iraq, by 750,000 barrels per day by 2017, and aims to increase its spending in the country to $5 billion a year from the current $2.6 billion by 2016, a senior executive said Wednesday.

"We are doing about 1.4 million barrels a day now from Rumaila... We have a plan to add about 100,000 barrels a day a year, over the next three years," said Andrew McAuslan, Vice President of negotiations, upstream business development at BP.

By 2017, BP will bring online an additional 450,000 bpd in a new large scale facilitiy at the field, he said.

BP invested about $2 billion in Iraq last year and plans to up its spending to $2.6-2.7 billion in 2013, Mr. McAuslan told reporters in Abu Dhabi.

BP has said it alone would invest some $15 billion in the project across the course of the 20-year contract.

Development of Rumaila, which holds oil reserves of 17 billion barrels, was awarded to a consortium consisting of BP and China National Petroleum Corp., known as CNPC. They signed a technical service contract with Iraq in November 2009 to develop the field.

The BP-led consortium had pledged to almost triple production at the field to 2.85 million barrels a day in seven years after the start of work in the project in 2010. BP holds a 38% stake in the venture, while CNPC has 37% and Iraq's state South Oil Co. owns the remaining 25%. The field was producing 1.06 million barrels a day before the joint venture.
http://www.rigzone.com/news/oil_gas/a/1 ... 5B_by_2016

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Message par energy_isere » 25 juil. 2013, 17:44

suite de ce post viewtopic.php?p=323591#p323591

Le parapétrolier Chinois CPECC gagne un contrat de 548 millions de $ avec le pétrolier Chinois CNPC pour developper le champs de Halfaya.
China's CPECC Wins $547.9M Iraqi Oilfield Contract

July 4, 2013 Rigzone

China Petroleum Engineering & Construction Corporation (CPECC) has won a $547.95 million service contract to develop Iraq's Halfaya oilfield, Iraq's cabinet said on Wednesday.

CPECC, which is affiliated to China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), will handle engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning work at the oilfield, which is forecast to produce 535,000 barrels of oil per day (bpd) in 2017, Iraq's oil ministry has said.

Iraq signed a contract in 2010 to develop Halfaya with CNPC, France's Total, and Malaysian state company Petronas for a fee of $1.40 per barrel. CNPC has a 37.5 percent interest in the consortium.

State-owned China National Petroleum Corp said last year the first phase of the Halfaya field had started operating and had a production capacity of 100,000 barrels per day.
http://www.rigzone.com/news/oil_gas/a/1 ... d_Contract

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Message par energy_isere » 25 août 2013, 12:28

Exxon Mobil est en passe de vendre 25% de ses parts du champs de West Qurna-1 à Pétrochina, et 10 % de ses parts à ' Indonésien Pertamina.
Exxon Selling Iraqi Oilfield Stakes To PetroChina, Pertamina-Iraq Minister

Rigzone August 23, 2013

NEW DELHI, Aug 23 (Reuters) – Exxon Mobil is selling stakes it controls in Iraq's West Qurna-1 oilfield to China's PetroChina and Indonesia's Pertamina, the country's oil minister confirmed on Friday.

"25 percent to Petro China and 10 percent to Pertamina," Abdul Kareem Luaibi told Reuters on the sidelines of a ministerial meeting here.

He added that the deal would be done "maybe after two to three weeks".

Exxon Mobil has a 60 percent stake currently in the giant oilfield and is the operator.

Company and industry sources said on Thursday that China and Indonesia were set to join Exxon Mobil's $50 billion project to develop the field.
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Message par energy_isere » 01 déc. 2013, 14:08

suite du post au dessus.

Exxon céde la moité de ses part dans le champs de Qurna-1 à PetroChina.

C 'est lié à la dispute avec Bagdad concernant des investissements réalisé au Kurdistan Irakien.
Un désengagement forcé, donc.
Exxon to Sign Over Part of Iraq Oilfield Stake to Petrochina

BAGHDAD, Nov 28 (Reuters) / Rigzone

U.S. oil major Exxon Mobil will hand over a 25 percent stake in Iraq's West Qurna-1 oilfield project to China's biggest energy company PetroChina on Thursday, Iraq's deputy prime minister for energy said.

Iraq said in August that Exxon was selling more than half of its 60 percent holding in the field. Along with the stake going to PetroChina, 10 percent is expected to be sold to Indonesia's Pertamina, according to Iraq.

A statement from Hussain al-Shahristani's office said he had met with PetroChina's Iraq chief, Wang Shali, on Wednesday and that Thursday "will witness the signing of the final agreement between her company and Exxon Mobil", giving the Chinese company a 25 percent stake in the field.

The statement did not mention Pertamina.

Exxon is the operator of the giant oilfield and last year offered to sell its entire stake after a dispute with Baghdad over contracts it signed with Iraq's autonomous Kurdistan region - deals the central government rejects as illegal.

It later committed to further investment at the field - now pumping almost 500,000 barrels a day - and stepped back from making a full exit. Tough terms and slim margins on Iraq's service-fee contracts are drawbacks to investment in southern Iraq.
http://www.rigzone.com/news/oil_gas/a/1 ... Petrochina

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Message par energy_isere » 29 mars 2014, 12:56

suite de ce post du 09 Avril 2013 viewtopic.php?p=346013#p346013
Pétrole: Lukoil lance l'exploitation de Kourna Ouest en Irak

BASRA (Irak), 26 mai - RIA Novosti

La plus grosse compagnie pétrolière privée russe Lukoil a lancé l'extraction de pétrole à Kourna Ouest (Irak), un des plus gros gisements de pétrole au monde, annonce samedi un correspondant de RIA Novosti.
La cérémonie du lancement s'est déroulée en présence du vice-premier ministre russe Arkadi Dvorkovitch, de son homologue irakien chargé de l'Energie Hussein al-Shahristani, du ministre irakien du Pétrole Abdel Karim al-Louaibi et du président du groupe Lukoil Vaguit Alekperov.

Le champ pétrolier de Kourna Ouest contenant près de 14 milliards de barrels de pétrole, est situé au sud de l'Irak à 65 kilomètres au nord-ouest de la ville de Basra.
Le contrat pour la mise en valeur du gisement a été signé par Lukoil et le gouvernement irakien en janvier 2010. Depuis, Lukoil a investi près de 4 milliards de dollars dans la réalisation de ce contrat.
http://fr.ria.ru/energetics/20140329/200836241.html

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